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Welcome to Experience Ladakh, a groundbreaking travel company dedicated to providing truly authentic Ladakh holidays tours in some of its most exciting regions. Offering small group holidays and tours as well as tailor-made itineraries, we focus on such Ladakh packages , ladakh holidays and ladakh tours that can genuinely be described as off the beaten track.

As one of the leading tour operators in Ladakh, we love travel and always have. Our Ladakh holidays include walking and jeep tours take in awe-inspiring scenery and breath-taking cultural encounters. There are unforgettable experiences in top valleys of Ladakh and the journeys are specific for families, mixed activity holidays and seasonal getaways, perfected for all travelers alike. At experience Ladakh, you will see a wide range of Ladakh trips; be it the sand dunes of Nubra, the highest pass of Khardungla, cobalt blue lakes of Pangong and Tsomoriri as well as the green apricot valleys of Alchi, Dahanu and Hemis.

So if you are looking for a leisure Ladakh tour packages or are in need of some travel inspiration for your next activity holiday, you have come to the right place.


Stretching around 150km (with the eastern two-thirds in China), this mesmerizing lake plays artist with a surreal palette of vivid blues, which contrasts..

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The gorgeous TsoMoriri Lake, situated 4,595m above sea level, is surrounded by mountains and fed by snowmelt and streams. The sapphire blue of its waters ..

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At 18,380 feet (or 5,602 meters) above sea level, Khardungla Pass is the highest motor-able road in the world. To put altitude in perspective for you, that's ..

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To the north-east of Leh lies the Nubra Valley, beyond the formidable Khardung La pass. This was the ancient trade station that linked the North Indian ..

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explore ladakh

Explore Ladakh as an endlessly fascinating land of high mountains and grand gompas in a defining experience under the rain shadow of the Himalayas. A land where small villages cling to the holy Indus River and grow precious barley, wheat, vegetables and fruit.The region of Ladakh has been a part of the silk route where traders, missionaries, colonial intrigue mongers and nomads converged in its capital city of Leh — the convenient entrepot for trade between Kashmir, Punjab, Tibet, Baltistan, and over the Karakoram on to the Silk Route.

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